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Sets up and integrates a SAN-based NAS infrastructure into SharePoint to give a single, unified storage space in which to store data for SharePoint, with built-in failover and multiple failover strategies.
StorageEdge 2022 Crack is an optional component to Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010, but if you have a system that runs on a NAS, StorageEdge Crack can be installed on the NAS to provide you with a unified storage space for SharePoint, file storage, and other applications.
StorageEdge offers the following features:

Organizes data into virtual file folders and provides search, filter, and query capabilities.
Saves and stores data with optional compression.
Support many different file system types, including NTFS, FAT, and FAT32.
Configures automatic failover to the secondary NAS if the primary NAS fails.
Runs in Windows Vista Business (Enterprise) and Windows XP Home editions as well as Windows Server 2003 (Enterprise) and Windows 2000 Enterprise.

Features and benefits:

Enables you to treat multiple servers as one unified, accessible file system for your SharePoint, file, and application data
Allows you to automatically failover servers
Supports multiple storage devices, such as other NAS devices, as well as tape libraries and local disk drives
Supports RAID configurations (Disk Array Redundancy, Disk Array Mirroring, and Disk Array Stripping), as well as mixed RAID configurations, such as RAID-5 and RAID-6
Integrates into SharePoint and can be installed without the need for a dedicated storage administrator
Provides the following benefits:

StorageEdge unifies your servers and storage into one storage pool, thereby decreasing administrative overhead and data management costs
Provides easy access to shared documents, folders, and other SharePoint data from any location
Can be used for file storage or as a centralized cache for data that is accessed frequently
Works with existing SAN and NAS file systems, such as NTFS and FAT32
Allows you to access and manage data without any additional storage management or Windows administrative tools
Offers redundant redundancy and failover capabilities

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See also
Microsoft SharePoint
SharePoint Server 2010 features


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File & folder preservation
Blob & cache storage
Storage & performance optimization
In-place/down-level upgrades/clones

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SharePoint Object Model REST API support

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Disabled SQL Queries in production

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Extending the field set for a content type in a custom list by adding a new set of fields from a custom Web Part is a piece of cake.
Simply add the new field set to the Content Type, publish the list, and enjoy.
This is a great approach when you don’t have the time or the power to rebuild the list from the ground up.
However, if you need to build a list with customized fields, you may want to start with the option of adding a custom content type to a list.
By using this approach, you’ll have the flexibility to change your list later on without the hassle of dealing with the extra work of rebuilding your list.

On February 4th, SharePoint 2010 shipped with new improvements for the Site Settings and Site Settings areas of the SharePoint Central Administration Web Parts.
These changes provide us with a more cleaner, cleaner interface for these areas of Central Administration.
On this blog, we’ll discuss the new interface and how it improves the look and usability of the Site Settings area.

SharePoint 2010 provides a set of Web Parts to manage media.
They are the MediaWebParts and the MediaWebPartPage.
It’s a great set of Web Parts that allows you to:

Add/remove media directly in the Site Settings area.

Add media into a list or document library.

Display and control the workflow for the media.

Add a thumbnail into a document.

Use the Web Part to manage what SharePoint clients can see the media.

In this post, we will see how to display and manage media in a document library.

We start by creating a document library and add an image into it.
Then we will display the thumbnail and image of the media in the list of the document library.

Step 1: Create the Document Library

Now, we are going to create the SharePoint 2010 library for our media.
This is very easy.
Go to SharePoint Central Administration.
Open the Site Settings section.
Select the Site Actions section.
Click Create a Document Library.
Give it a name.

Step 2: Add an Image into the Document Library

Now we have to add the image into the document library.
So, navigate to your document library, click Add.
Here, select Upload Document.

Step 3: Displaying the Media

We need to get the media to show into the list of the library.
So, we will use the MediaWebPartPage.
Once the web part is added to the page, the Media Web Part is created.
To see the media, click the arrow to the left of the web part.

Then select the Show Media link.

Step 4: Managing the Media

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